Today’s Photoshop tip from Melissa Clifton is for fans of pop artist Andy Warhol. Her Andy-Warhol-Up Your Photographs is a tutorial for beginner to intermediate Photoshop users who want to turn a plain photograph into a colorful piece of art.
This month marks the twentieth anniversary of the Adobe Photoshop. In the last twenty years, “shopped” has come to mean manipulated with an image editor, and “photoshop” is sometimes used as a verb. Here on Adobe TV, is a television snippet that explores Photoshop’s early years.
Google Image Search is perhaps the best know image search engine. But MakeUseOf reveals five others worth knowing about, including Cyclo.ps, a meta-search engine that lets you search up to eight stock photo sites at once, including Flickr, Shutterstock, and Photos.com.
Have you ever seen a collage made of hundreds of little photos and wondered how it was done? One way is with Shape Collage, a free, easy utility for both Windows and Mac. Simply download Shape Collage, pick a shape, point it to your photo folder, and watch it work its magic.
As with any computer media, it is possible for your camera memory card to get infected with a computer virus if you connect your camera or your memory card to an infected computer at a friend or relative’s house. When you return home, it is then possible to infect your own computer by attaching the [...]
Picassa photo management lets you geotag your photos using a map view. To tag multiple photos in the same album, click Map Photos, and then drag your thumbnails onto the map. For instructions on how to tag single photos, and entire albums at once, read Google’s Picassa Help.